Dear KMTA Members,
EKU is proud to announce its 4th Piano Day.
February 17th will be a day dedicated to piano music and teaching.
This year, the EKU Piano day will have a different and exciting format: Students will play for comments, but the comments will be given in as mini Master Classes! Each student will have a 5-10 minutes lesson immediately after their performance.
Students will play in the morning starting at 9:00 am. The final recital showcasing students’ best pieces will take place at 2:00pm in the Closing Recital.
Please use this form to register your students. REGISTRATION IS FREE!!
Please send your registrations (and questions) to:
Our guest teacher is Jukyung Kim:
Pianist, Jukyung Kim, is a native of South Korea. She began playing the piano at the age of four, and while in high school, won music competitions and performed as a soloist with the orchestra. She continued her career by studying at Ewha Woman’s University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance. After graduation, Jukyung continued to perform recitals and teach young students.
Jukyung came to the United States in 2012 where she continued to teach and perform, and moved to Kentucky in 2014. She graduated with a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU.) At EKU Jukyung served as a collaborative pianist for faculty and student recitals, and won the EKU Concerto Competition and performed as a soloist with the EKU Symphony Orchestra.
Jukyung continues her career as a collaborative pianist, soloist, and a piano teacher. She is a faculty member in the EKU music department, and a member of MTNA and BAMTA.